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I am honored to be an American — a Christian American — in a country founded on Christian principles. Of course, President Obama says that I'm not in a country founded on Christian principles. Instead, I'm in a country founded on some vague set of values and ideals, the origins of which are mysteriously obscured to the liberal mind.
So in the fairytale view of some, this country apparently sprang into existence like some bizarre, governmental version of the "big bang" theory of evolution. Naturally, this would all be laughable, if it weren't for all the people who are falling under the sway of this grand delusion.
Hence the July/August edition of your Family Voice. Was America founded on Christian principles? Read on, dear friend, and find the answer to that question and more. And, as always, won't you please tell your friends about us? Send the link to this edition far and wide.
Founder and Chairman
Articles in this Edition
The Chairman's Desk
During this past 4th of July, I couldn’t help but reflect on the birth of our great nation. As I watched people flocking to the fireworks stands, or packing the grocery stores for hot dogs and other things to grill on the barbeque, I was struck by the fact that we were missing something. Read more ...
Old Chestnuts or Old Truths?
When President Obama says we were founded on the principle that all men are created equal, he is repeating a well-developed principle. But what kind of principle? Christian? Muslim? Jewish? Read more ...
Code words. Euphemisms. We’re all familiar with them. We all use them. In “real life” the point of using a euphemism is not to deceive, but to spare someone’s feelings. However, politicians tend to plunge right in and create all new words. Or they’ll stuff totally new meanings into venerable old words. Read more ...
The Source of REAL Change
By and large, “change” means that the new administration undermines Christian values. But instead of defeat, Christians have been motivated to a new level of determination to get involved. That's where Concerned Women for America comes in. Read more ...
Outstanding in the Field
News from the frontlines, but especially Hawaii, New Hampshire, Washington and Texas. Read more ...
From the President
The power of cultural norms is that we pick up the values, attitudes, beliefs, and behavior of the people around us. Read more ...
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